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how to start pouring plastics #14602294 01/19/23 09:32 PM
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I want to start pouring my own plastic. I would like to make a diy mold and was wondering if anyone knows how?

Re: how to start pouring plastics [Re: N. D. L.] #14603756 01/21/23 03:01 PM
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Google making molds from plaster of Paris.

I make mine from Bondo fiberglass resin. I find a plastic container that at least 2 baits will fit in. I use double sided tape and stick the baits down. Then I use a vegetable oil spray and coat the baits and inside the container. I mix up the Bondo and pour it into the container. I want it to be at least 1/2” thicker than the bait.

Then I go away and let it cure. When cured I take the mold out, remove the baits and touch up imperfections with a Dremel tool.[Linked Image]

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